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[Interesting Architecture in Detroit]

Description: Photograph that was in Life Magazine highlighting the interesting architecture of a house in Detroit, Michigan. In the image the house fills the frame with a little lawn seen in the front and a tall tree in the back. The image has been stretched vertically making the building abnormally tall and distorted. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photo was made with an anamorphic movie lens adapted to Joe's Nikon camera. It could be rotated to make images that appear Tall and lean or low and wide. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 7748-0015-20
Date: April 17, 1959
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Children Playing Hopscotch]

Description: Photograph of a child playing hopscotch next to a stairwell. In the image, more children stand watching in the small space. The photograph was used in Life magazine. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Additional information and photos can be found in the pdf document "Life Magazine HBSS Photos" pages 198-199. This photo appears in LIFE magazine. January 5, 1959. Pages 37-38. "Hipped on Hopscotch." "Saint Elmo Elementary pupils in Chatanooga, Tenn. must be the happiest-hopscotch school in the U.S." Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS.
Date: August 1959
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Sepia

Description: This study of Sepia magazine was researched as a historical project in order to trace the progress of a twenty-five-year-old Negro publication begun as a sensational news sheet and expanded to a pictoral, entertaining magazine aimed at the middle-class black.
Date: May 1973
Creator: Ponder, Janace Pope
Partner: UNT Libraries

NREL Spectrum of Clean Energy Innovation: Issue 3 (Book)

Description: This quarterly magazine is dedicated to stepping beyond the technical journals to reveal NREL's vital work in a real-world context for our stakeholders. Continuum provides insights into the latest and most impactful clean energy innovations, while spotlighting those talented researchers and unique facilities that make it all happen. This edition focuses on the NREL Spectrum of Clean Energy Innovation.
Date: November 1, 2012
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

10 Things You Can Do To Make Our Schools Better

Description: A clipping from Parade Magazine, featuring an article titled, "10 Things You Can Do To Make Our Schools Better," by Vartan Gregorian. Gregorian will become the President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York in June, 1997. Gregorian is one of the leading authorities on education in America and has written a list about some things concerned individuals can do right now to better the schools and education in the area. The 10th thing on Gregorian's list is to restore the arts as a major element in education. "We've made a tremendous mistake in diminishing or eliminating art, music and dance as fluff or frills."
Date: March 23, 1997
Creator: Gregorian, Vartain
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

The Development of a Critical Standard for the Novel in Fraser's Magazine, 1830-1850

Description: This thesis is concerned with establishing the nature of the critical standard which Fraser's Magazine, a Victorian journal, used in evaluating the artistic merit of current English novels. Eminent critics such as William Thackeray, Thomas Carlyle, and William Maginn were associated with the magazine during its early years of publication: thus, the early numbers contain some of its most valuable criticism. Because the English novel was in a period of transition in the decade of the 1840's and the years immediately preceding and following it, this study is confined to the twenty-year period from I830 to 1850. Imitative writers of romance and novels of manners were gradually being replaced with novelists concerned with social reform and with the artistic merit of the genre itself. Thackeray's and Maginn's associations with the magazine also occurred during this period, and their literary opinions are an important indication of the magazine's critical development.
Date: December 1972
Creator: Lively, Cheryl L.
Partner: UNT Libraries

A History of DALLAS Magazine and Its Changing Roles in the Dallas Chamber

Description: This study explains the development of DALLAS magazine from its beginnings and changes in sixty-three years in content and format, departments, staff, and editorial policy. The study shows how DALLAS developed, reflecting the history of the City of Dallas' economic and business growth, and the Chamber of Commerce viewpoints since 1922. Concluding, the study reveals that the magazine projected the Dallas Chamber's viewpoints, that the magazine reported only positive images of the City of Dallas and its economy, that the magazine chronicled the changes in journalistic writing and graphic arts technology, that the magazine's audience remained the business leaders of the community, and that staff members progressively became better qualified for their positions.
Date: August 1986
Creator: Mahony, Linda MacDonald
Partner: UNT Libraries

Establishing a Special Interest City Magazine: D, the Magazine of Dallas

Description: The problem of this study was to determine how, and to what degree, a representative contemporary special interest magazine projected editorial, advertising, circulation, and financial obligations prior to publication and during its infancy. In essence, how did a representative nonsubsidized city magazine identify a marketable audience, resolve advertising and circulation policies, and meet financial obligations? Specifically, this study explored--in six chapters--the mechanics of pre- and post-publication planning at D, The Magazine of Dallas, which began publication in October, 1974. This study determined that twelve common denominators are essential, but are not necessarily a guarantee, for the success of a planned or newly introduced nonsubsidized special interest magazine.
Date: December 1975
Creator: Glaves, Robert F.
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Bruce Henderson]

Description: Photograph of Bruce Henderson, a Time Magazine staff member. He stands at a podium, wearing a suit. A blackboard and patched wall can be seen behind him.
Date: October 1957
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Jimmy Powell: Mountain Boy]

Description: Photograph of Jimmy Powell holding a large rifle with a dog along a fence line. In the image the boy is surveying the farmland in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Joe never had photographs of himself growing up in Tennessee. He returned many times to photograph Jimmy and create an "Autobiographical" series of what Joe recalled his life to be. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 7023-0058-33
Date: July 9, 1955
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

The Last Laugh: Selected Edwardian Punch Cartoons of Edward Linley Sambourne

Description: The illustrative work of Edward Linley Sambourne for Punch magazine during the period 1901-1910 addresses a myriad of political topics prevalent during the Edwardian period in British history. This thesis examines two of those topics - Women's Suffrage and Socialism - through their artistic treatment by one of Britain's most influential periodicals. Through a study of the historical context and iconography of selected cartoons-of-the-week, one is better equipped to understand and appreciate the meaning, message, and humor in the cartoons. Chapter 1 introduces the Sambourne, Punch magazine, and the Edwardian period in general. Chapters 2 and 3 discuss four Women's Suffrage cartoons and four Socialism cartoons respectively. Chapter 4 draws conclusions regarding Sambourne's techniques as a cartoonist as well as the relationship between the text and image in his illustrations.
Date: May 2001
Creator: Larson, Alison
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Letter from H. S. Moore to Charles B. Moore, September 29, 1893]

Description: He mentions the improvements of Priest's health. He fixed their fence because the Webb's cows kept getting into their field. He is having a good time with Brother Carr and translating shorthand. One of the Stiff boys killed a black man last Saturday. He talks about farming and the weather. Neal is in Waxahachie, Texas and is pursuing a writing career. He talks about Buck and how he has learned some obedience. He mentions that the only thing keeping them from starving is milking the cow to have milk and butter. He talks about the weather and the need to go to McKinney for supplies. He read an article in the Phonographic Magazine.
Date: September 29, 1893
Creator: Moore, H. S.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Oral History Interview with Lee Cullum, November 26, 2016

Description: Interview with journalist Lee Cullum, the host of "CEO" on KERA-TV in Dallas, Texas. The interview includes discussion of her childhood, education, and career working as a commentator in TV and radio, and writing for a number of newspapers and editing D Magazine.
Date: November 26, 2016
Creator: Porter, Ashley; Vanek, Emily & Cullum, Lee
Partner: UNT Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism

[Letter from Jack Davis and Bill McCarter to John Clark, March 9, 1993]

Description: Photocopy of a letter from Jack Davis and Bill McCarter, co-directors of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to John Clark, editor of Spirit Magazine, Southwest Airlines. In discussion of the articles in Spirit that focus on activities in the area that Southwest Airline serves and they thought that Clark would be interested in the discipline-based art education, DBAE implementation project. Davis and McCarter go into further details about what North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts does for educators and the districts in the Texas state as well as where their funding and grants come from. Davis and McCarter write about the success their institute is having with the children and how their reading and writing have improved with the visual art program. Attached to the letter for Clark, they've added more information regarding their program and hoping Clark will be able to feature an article about it.
Date: March 9, 1993
Creator: Davis, Donald Jack & McCarter, William
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[News Script: Dolls]

Description: Script from the WBAP-TV station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story about a doll contest involving girls from Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
Date: October 6, 1954
Creator: WBAP-TV (Television station : Fort Worth, Tex.)
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Mountain Boy With Rifle and Accompanying Poem]

Description: Photograph of a Jimmy Powell with a rifle in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. In this photo, the sun is setting in the hills behind Powell, casting him in shadow. This photograph is mounted to the right of a poem by Joe Clark, titled "Sunset on the Mountain." Photographs from this series were featured in Life Magazine and titled "Mountain Boy."
Date: July 9, 1955
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Mountain Boy with Rifle]

Description: Photograph of Jimmy Powell in the woods. In this image, Powell, with his body facing away from the camera, is holding a rifle looking back and up over his shoulder. Photographs from this series were featured in Life Magazine and titled "Mountain Boy."
Date: July 9, 1955
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Jimmy Powell the Mountain Boy (1)]

Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph of Jimmy Powell, laying down, shirtless, on top a mountain in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. In the image a farm can be seen on the next hill and Powell has a shotgun, almost the size of his body, laying next to him and his hunting dog off in the distance On the bottom of the image, "Lazy Bones," is handwritten. Joe never had photographs of himself growing up in Tennessee. He returned many times to photograph Jimmy and create an "Autobiographical" series of what Joe recalled his life to be. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 7023-0083-2
Date: July 9, 1955
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Mountain Boy]

Description: Photograph of Jimmy Powell standing in a field. Powell holds a rifle under his arm standing in a field of plants, with trees and distant hills in the background. Photographs from this series were featured in Life Magazine and titled "Mountain Boy."
Date: July 9, 1955
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Mountain Boy with Shotgun]

Description: Photograph of Jimmy Powell in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Powell is standing on a harvested mountainside, holding a shotgun towards the ground during sunrise while the clouds hang low to the ground below the hill tops. Photographs from this series were featured in Life Magazine and titled "Mountain Boy."
Date: July 9, 1955
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections